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Hyperlite Mountain Gear
Summit 30L Backpack

3.5 out of 5 stars
2 Reviews

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Summit 30L Backpack

Hyperlite Mountain Gear optimized the minimalist Summit 30L Backpack for passionate alpinists, backpackers, thru-hikers, and other goal-oriented adventurers. Take the 30-liter Summit Pack on your El Cap Nose-in-a-day ascent, the sub 24-hour Grand Teton summit attempt, or anytime you’re pushing the super ultralight fastpacking limits.

Combining the minimalist elements of Hyperlite's Metro pack with functional basic daisy chains, fully sealed seams, shock cord lacing, and compression straps, the Summit securely holds enough water, food, extra gear and clothing for your big day. And it’s streamlined so nothing gets in the way while you are en route. Bring it on your bigger adventures—it’s light and easy to stuff into a larger pack. Or just use this sweet rig for cycling, walking, or commuting to work. Made with a waterproof Dyneema hybrid fabric, the Summit is also highly water-resistant and tough despite its incredibly light weight.


  • Ultralight backpacking pack for peak bagging and day hikes
  • Dyneema fabric is incredibly tough without the bulk
  • Fully sealed seams keep moisture out
  • Roll-top closure adds protection against the elements
  • Adjustable shoulder strap customizes an exact fit
  • Ultralight webbing waist belt and sternum strap add stability
  • Shock cord lacing and external daisy chains lash extra gear
  • Bar tack reinforced stress points bolster its overall durability
  • Item #HMG000I
[white] 50D Dyneema/polyester hybrid, [black] 150D Dyneema/polyester hybrid
29L (1800cu in)
Shoulder Straps
Waist Belt
yes, ultralight 3/4in webbing
1 roll top
yes, side
Weight Capacity
5 - 20lb
10 x 27in
Claimed Weight
[white] 12.6oz, [black] 14.2oz
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

Overall Rating

3.5 based on 2 ratings

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5 out of 5 stars

July 17, 2023

From 14ers to slot canyons to Hawaii

I've put it through the wringer
5' 9"

This bag is the best designed, lightweight day pack on the market - that is if you’re an ultralight adventurer. I’ve taken this bag with me everywhere in the west. I usually push the pace on outings and pack minimally so this bag pairs well with this type of traveling. For anyone who is used to more “over built” bags like Osprey or Deuter, I probably wouldn’t recommend this as there’s no zippers or pockets and it encourages you to travel light and fast. I use a hydro pack with this and it works well but you have to place the nipple of the hose just right on the shoulder strap otherwise it’ll bounce around. The fit is excellent, no hot spots or rubbing. The material is incredibly durable as it was barely phased by the sandstone in Southern Utah. It’s also waterproof which I can attest to after a wet outing on the windward side of the Big Island.

Gabriel K
2 out of 5 stars

April 13, 2022

great design, problematic build issues

I've used it several times

I LOVE this pack and think it has a great, simple design (and monster-strong materials). But I had to return the first I received because it was poorly sewn ... the pack straps were stitched on the bag very crooked/cockeyed. Backcountry was awesome in taking the return and sending a new one to me even before they got the original back--I got great customer service. Unfortunately the second pack was also not perfect--more of the same skewed tailoring in the straps, though not as bad as the first. I'm keeping this one, because it's good enough and I feel somewhat uncomfortable with the level of carbon impact of shipping back-and-forth multiple times for a simple backpack, and also I'm trying to be less uptight about details. BUT: it's a $200 daypack and the fact that a major sewing alignment is off in 2/2 packs I've had my hands on is a sign of a manufacturing problem. Wasn't going to post a negative review if it was a one-off problem ...

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David M